My PILs requested for a photo with them as a souvenir. I was glad that the employees graciously granted their request and made a quick pose.
Before I took the second shot, other staff rushed to us and posed for my camera. Take two.
Right after this picture, the sales staff told us to wait for their next dance number. This time, it's the classic pinoy song of Celeste Legaspi's Mamang Sorbetero.
The two sales staff in front make a perfect pair. With those beautiful smiles and moves, I think all of them deserve a big loud applause.
Obviously, all of us enjoyed a lot with the dance number especially my FIL.
At Kultura Filipino, shoppers will surely discover the very creative and unique products that can only be found in the Philippines. We bought two summer dresses, one for my daughter and one for my SIL. I also bought a jewelry box for a friend and pinoy shirts for hubby and FIL.
My american citizen FIL, a proud Filipino in heart and in mind.
I posted a video that I got from YouTube with the same dancing staff at Kultura Pinoy, MOA. I will definitely visit the store when we get the chance to go to the mall again. Please visit Kultura Filipino store for pinoy products and discover more of Pinoy's rich culture.
wow ganda!!! saya naman nyan :) i love folk dance! ;)ReplyDelete
Aww, kaaliw naman! :) Sana may ganyan din dito sa Kultura dito.. :PReplyDelete
I went to this place at MOA twice when I was in Manila but never experienced this. This looks fun! :DReplyDelete
I would love to see their performance, too! That will certainly attract more customers for Kultura Filipino.ReplyDelete
It's nice to know that big malls are doing their part is sharing Filipino culture. Kids nowadays are more aware of KPop and AI..ReplyDelete
Cool marketing strategy. I guess I can never see them in person because I don't go to SM malls anymore and MOA is very far. :)ReplyDelete
What a surprise! I hope they'll dance too when we visit MOA this weekend. :)ReplyDelete
wow! may ganyan palang presentatin sa Kultura. DI ko pa naabutan yan.ReplyDelete
i used to be a member of the dance club in grade school and high school and I sure danced a lot of folk dances back then:D dami ko pa ngang photos and looking at the Mob Dancers of Kultura Filipino makes me missed my grade school daysReplyDelete
I like the quality products of Kultura Filipino. My family patronize their products and I always include it in shopping clothes, gifts or something unique Philippine made products.ReplyDelete
That was a nice song, anyone happen to know the name of it?ReplyDelete